[ran-dee] /ˈræn di/
adjective, randier, randiest.
sexually aroused; lustful; lecherous.
Chiefly Scot. rude and aggressive.
noun, plural randies.
Chiefly Scot. a rude or coarse beggar.
adjective randier, randiest
(informal, mainly Brit)
(mainly Scot) lacking any sense of propriety or restraint; reckless
noun (pl) randies
1690s, Scottish, “aggressive, boisterous,” probably from rand “to rave,” an obsolete variant of rant (v.). In the original sense especially of beggars, “and probably implying vagrant habits as well as rude behavior” [OED]. Sense of “lewd, lustful” first recorded 1847. Related: Randiness.
[1847+; origin unknown; various dialect senses suggest a possible derivation fr ”wild movement,” ”boisterousness,” ”wantonness”]
/ˈrændˌlɔːd/ noun 1. (South African) a mining magnate during the 19th-century gold boom in Johannesburg
[ran-duh m] /ˈræn dəm/ adjective 1. proceeding, made, or occurring without definite aim, reason, or pattern: the random selection of numbers. 2. Statistics. of or characterizing a process of selection in which each item of a set has an equal probability of being chosen. 3. Building Trades. 4. Slang. noun 5. Slang. 6. Chiefly British. […]
[ran-duh m-ak-ses] /ˈræn dəmˈæk sɛs/ adjective, Computers. 1. . noun 1. the capacity of a videodisc or compact disc player that allows the user to select and replay any portion without starting at the beginning. 2. availability, as of a service or facility, whenever needed or desired: an executive’s need for random access to legal […]
- Random-access memory
noun, Computers. 1. .